Snowdrops At The Lodge

By | 2nd March 2017

Snowdrops are a welcome sign that spring is almost upon us. Hear at the Headquarters of the RSPB at Sandy in the heart of Bedfordshire they are at abundance at the moment. Snowdrops have been known since the early times under various names, but were named Galanthus in 1753.
So I spent 30 mins walking around during my lunch break to take a few images at various parts of the reserve and put them through  creative software to capture a different mood.